This sounds great. I will be trying it in the next couple of weeks as my first kegged beer.
Quick question for bottling: Will this carb in the bottle as is or will it still need to be primed?
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Ok so I brewed this 3 weeks ago. Spent two weeks in primary and a week and a half in bottles.
I had a friend over who is in the marines. We opped open two bottles. It was amazingly good. I definetly recommend this beer to anyone who wants a nice quick hefe brewed.
made this sans clove and cinnamon. besides a little bubblegum from a high pitch temp, and slightly higher ferm temp, this turned out fantastic!
thanks for the recipe! brewing up another batch this weekend
I just made a big mistake i put way to much clove in this. I put almost 1 oz instead of 1/2 tsp.
What should i do?
Taste a gravity sample when done fermenting, and make another quick batch and mix if its too strong...cant take back spice, unfortunately
I did taste it & it tasted not to bad. Lets see what happens
Why cant you use an airlock?
Just brewed this yesterday. Can't wait to try it out!